They did get money to go to the Olympics in the past
It depends on the country. Most Olympians are paid by their government. US Athlete's are not, in fact, US athletes are volunteers. They make money through sponsorships, endorsements, and in some sports prize money. Unfortunately that can add up to be a boatload of cash or not much at all depending on the sport and the individual athlete.
by plane or boat :p
Go to www.nbcolympics.com. Then click on 'athletes' and pick Fiji. You'll get athlete pictures with their names and sport.
To represent excellence in their sport among nations and representing a nation.
Go to Forbes .com for list.
According to the United States Olympic Committee, the US sent 613 athletes to compete in the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens and 211 athletes to compete in the 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Turin.
Chariot Racing- something unfair was girls weren't allowed to go to Olympics or school in that time!
The Greeks stopped fighting every four years for the Olympics because the Olympics honored the gods.
There Is Probbly Over 3,000 people in the Olympics. Or you can go on google to find out more information about that.
Hi, Maybe this will answer your question. I'm really not for sure when the Olympian athletes go home. The Olympics are active for two months usually start in July and end in the second week of August. They may go home on second week of August, its usually when the Olympics end. ~S. Bryant Future Track Olympian
Athletes do not get paid for winning any of the medals. It is the honor for them and their country. Some do get endorsements from various companies like Nike, but for most they go home to their normal lives.